Songs of the Hughes Brothers, the celebrated Welsh vocalists [electronic resource].
- On the banks of the beautiful river. ... Words and music by H.M. Estabrooke (first line: On the banks of the beautiful river) -- Dwelling with the angels. ... Words and music by J.W. Turner (first line: Dwelling with the angels) -- For you we are praying at home. ... Words and music by H.M. Estabrooke (first line: You're leaving the home of your youth, my boy) -- Come back to our cottage so lonely. ... Words by R.E. Timoney. Music by H.M. Estabrooke (first line: Come back to our cottage so lonely) -- Nobody cares for the poor. ... Words by D.C. Miller, M.D. Music by Wm. T. Keefer (first line: Please sit by the window, dear mother) -- I'm weary, so weary. ... Words and music by John J. Braham (first line: Weary, so weary; oh, weary of tears) -- What the little lips are saying. ... Words and music by H.M. Estabrooke (first line: When the golden day is dying) -- 'Tis true, dear heart, we're fading. ... By H.M. Estabrooke (first line: It is true, dear heart, we're fading),
- "Either of these popular songs may be obtained with piano or organ accompaniment, and issued with elegant colored titles, for 35 cents each, or any four for $1.00. Address G.W. Richardson & Co. 256 Washington Street, Boston."--p. .
G.W. Richardson & Co. is listed at this address in Boston directories for 1875-77; in 1875 as publisher of Richardson's Weekly, and in 1876-77 as "music publishers."
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- Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2005. Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13784).
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